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When the delinquent is not naturally cooperative, their cooperation can be encouraged, e.g. by repeating an instruction with a firm voice so they realize it is wiser to stop resisting and submit. The person in authority can also appeal to the delinquent's sense of justice, to remind them of previously agreed-upon rules, to use religious arguments, or other rhetoric and psychologic means.
 
When the delinquent is not naturally cooperative, their cooperation can be encouraged, e.g. by repeating an instruction with a firm voice so they realize it is wiser to stop resisting and submit. The person in authority can also appeal to the delinquent's sense of justice, to remind them of previously agreed-upon rules, to use religious arguments, or other rhetoric and psychologic means.
   
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If this is not sufficient, the delinquent can be [[warned]] that failure to cooperate is considered further [[disobedience]] and will result in extra punishment. An immediate minor physical admonishment (e.g. a [[slap]]) is also sometimes used as an "encourager".
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If this is not sufficient, the delinquent can be warned that failure to cooperate is considered further [[disobedience]] and will result in extra punishment. An immediate minor physical admonishment (e.g. a [[slap]]) is also sometimes used as an "encourager".
   
 
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